In either the job application or written notice of the background check, you’ll be given the option to get a copy of it (if they used a background screening company) or any public records they obtained (if they did it themselves).Read More
They must notify you in writing—giving you the name, address and telephone number of the company doing the background check.Read More
Yes, they can.
They must consider the amount of time since you were convicted, the type of conviction and if it relates to the specific duties of the job.Read More
California employers can run a criminal background check after determining that you qualify for the job.Read More
Private (with five or more employees) and public sector (state/local agencies, cities and counties) employers must review your qualifications for the job before considering your criminal record.Read More